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Hi guys I have been keeping and breeding reptiles and amphibians in outdoor vivarium for the past few years with great success. When I started there was very little information available on the internet so I set up the outdoor vivaria forum. we now have a comunity of experienced outdoor herpers with a multitude of information on the forums. If you are interested in starting an outdoor vivarium or are very experienced in the field we would would love to hear from you and about about your herps.

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The first thing I learned when I visited your forum is that a Mom lost 46 lbs following one rule. Cheeky :p.
 

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I´ve visited your forum in the past, it has some lovely photos and outdoor vivaria ideas. However, sadly, the traffic on the caudate sections is...well.....dead.
 

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I´ve visited your forum in the past, it has some lovely photos and outdoor vivaria ideas. However, sadly, the traffic on the caudate sections is...well.....dead.
Yes it has died off a bit thats why I am hoping to get some more people interested. I know that there are still people visiting the forum as well as a lot of the reptile keepers on there also have caudates, so feel free to post and Im sure they will answer you. There is a wealth of knowledge on there also that I hope people hoping to set up outdoors will be able to draw from.

Re: Weight loss unfortunately that has nothing to do with me! Thats the price that must be paid for a free forum!
 

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Those vivariums are awesome..but I only have 1 question....








How do I lose the 46 lbs!?!?
 

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Those vivariums are awesome..but I only have 1 question....








How do I lose the 46 lbs!?!?
Youll have to ask John Im afraid I didnt visit those sites!

Very sorry to hear that that is all John learned from a very informative forum! The only one of its kind with an absolute wealth of knowledge, photographs and design around the subject of outdoor vivaria.
 

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He didn't say that's all he learned...he said that's the FIRST thing he learned...which makes me believe he must have learned at least 1 other thing.
 
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